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Pluteus leoninus #2

Posted by
Johan Dierckx (Wijnegem, Belgium) on 8 October 2010 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Pluteus leoninus. This is the specimen which was out of focus in yesterdays post. (For more info about the species I refer to that image.) Because I found these specimens at the upper side of a rather thick fallen branch, it was rather easy to move around and make some images from different angles. In this image I tried to catch the light falling through the tiny stem accentuating its striate structure and reflecting that way at the underside of the cap and gills.

Image: Schilde (BE) - 21/09/2010

Canon EOS 400D 1/200 second F/5.6 ISO 200 150 mm

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Mithun from palakkad, kerela/Bangalore, India

Wow, what a exquisite shot, lovely close up very good DOF

8 Oct 2010 5:06am

@Mithun: Thank you very much for your visit and comment, Mithun. Glad you like it !

Julie from Le Cannet des Maures, France

Les couleurs... la lumière... Parfaites !

8 Oct 2010 5:59am

@Julie: This is autumn at it's best I think. I liked most the structure in the stem which became visible with the backlight so I tried to focus on that part. Greetz !

Veronique from Sarrouilles, France

excellent light and focus

8 Oct 2010 6:51am

@Veronique: Thank you very much, Veronique. I tried to show the structures in the stem. These can only be seen well with the backlight falling through. Greetz !

Christine from Duns, United Kingdom

Beautiful light I love how it makes the stem almost luminous

8 Oct 2010 7:17am

@Christine: Due to the backlight you can see the structure of the stem. Otherwise this is very hard to see. But you have to be lucky for the light to fall through the stem... Greetz !!!

Lougris from Toulouse, France

oh la belle transparence du pied !!:)

8 Oct 2010 9:06am

@Lougris: Wonderfull, isn't it ? Thank you for your visit and comment again, Lougris !

Marleen from Netherlands

Goed gelukt- alsof er een lichtje brandt op de begane grond!

8 Oct 2010 12:59pm

@Marleen: Het is nochtans enkel het hemellichtje dat voor dit effect heeft gezorgd - ach wat zouden we als fotografen toch moeten zonder de zon :-)....

London Caller from United Kingdom

I am speechless!
It's perfect!

8 Oct 2010 7:46pm

@London Caller: Thank you very much for your visit and your comment (although speechless :pp). Have a nice day !

Julie Brown from Indianapolis, United States

The light on the stem is very effective in showing the detail. I like the lines and the little specks of soil.

12 Oct 2010 10:03am

@Julie Brown: I decided not to remove those little specks of soil to keep the natural feeling in the image. I know some photographers carrying around little brushes to "clean" their subjects but I prefer not to.

Canon EOS 400D
1/200 second
F/5.6
ISO 200
150 mm

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